The Harpswell Heritage Land Trust is dedicated to protecting the natural and cultural resources of Harpswell, Maine. Our mission is to preserve and protect Harpswell’s natural resources, cultural heritage and access to the outdoors through targeted conservation, responsible stewardship and education.
Fall and Early Winter Events and Programs
Harpswell Day Sat., Oct. 1, 12-4 p.m. * Harpswell Historical Society, 929 Harpswell Neck Rd * Join Harpswell Historical Society and Harpswell Heritage Land Trust for a celebration of traditional handcrafts and subsistence skills. This free event is designed for all ages and will happen rain or shine. Observe and try out skills and handcrafts, […]Learn More
Students Zero in on Harpswell’s Coastal Habitats
By Tom Hall On a recent summer evening, nearly 20 students, some with graying hair, peered excitedly into tidal pools at Pott’s Point Preserve, not quite knowing what to expect. “They’re pretty gung-ho, touching crabs, putting things in buckets – it’s a chance to be kids again,” said Janet Gannon, a self-described “ocean nerd” who […]Learn More
Harpswell Day: A Celebration of Traditional Handcrafts and Subsistence Skills
Join Harpswell Historical Society and Harpswell Heritage Land Trust for a celebration of traditional handcrafts and subsistence skills. Saturday, Oct. 1 from 12-4 p.m., rain or shine, at the Harpswell Historical Society, 929 Harpswell Neck Road. For all ages, there will be much to see, do and learn about during this free event celebrating Harpswell’s history. […]Learn More